Pursuit Through Downtown Spokane Ends In Crash - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Pursuit Through Downtown Spokane Ends In Crash

SPOKANE, Wash. - A pursuit through downtown Spokane Saturday night ended in a crash after the fleeing suspect ran through a red light at 2nd and Jefferson. 

Police say they were pursuing 29-year-old Noah Grant for a felony DOC warrant when he ran a red light at Jefferson and hit another vehicle. Grant fled from the scene but was quickly caught in a nearby alley. He was arrested and is in the Spokane County Jail for his warrants. 

The other driver in the collision suffered minor injuries. 

 

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